In response to terror strikes in J&K, Congress questioned PM Modi’s “silence”


The Congress claimed on Wednesday that the three terror strikes in the area in the last three days have completely exposed the BJP’s chest-thumping and “hollow” boasts of the restoration of peace and normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir. Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, stated that the nation wants an explanation for why individuals who are scheming to harm the nation are not apprehended while the BJP is in power.

“Narendra Modi is busy responding to congratulatory messages and cannot even hear the cries of the families of the devotees who were brutally killed in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said in a post in Hindi on X.
There have been three separate terror incidents in the last three days in Reasi, Kathua and Doda in Jammu and Kashmir, “but the prime minister is still busy celebrating,” he said.

Congressman Pawan Khera, who oversees the media and publicity division, questioned Prime Minister Modi’s silence on the issue as well, saying he has time to reply to Pakistani leaders but not enough time to denounce the heinous terror attacks.

“BJP’s loudmouth chest-thumping and hollow claims of return of peace and normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir have been thoroughly exposed. The fact that BJP did not even bother to fight elections in Kashmir valley is a testament to the fact that their ‘Naya Kashmir’ policy is an abject failure,” Khera said in a statement.

In the twin border districts of Rajouri and Poonch, there has been an increase in terror events, coinciding with his words.

Khera claimed that in the past 10 years, “loud chest-thumping” by the Modi government has made national security a “casualty.” While innocents suffer the consequences of cowardly terror attacks, business as usual continues, he said.

“Even as Shri Narendra Modi and his NDA Government was swearing in, and heads of states were visiting the country, India suffered a horrific and gruesome terror attack in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, where 9 precious lives were lost and at least 33 people were injured, when terrorist fired upon a bus filled with pilgrims from Shiv Khori Temple to Katra,” he said.

“Not even innocent children were spared. Did the victims not deserve a word of sympathy from the self-proclaimed ‘divine’ prime minister,” he asked.

The Congress leader added that a second terror assault occurred in Kathua after that, injuring one civilian.

Six security officers and a civilian were hurt in a confrontation with militants in Chhatrakala, Doda, Jammu, on June 11, he claimed.

Terrorists, according to officials, opened fire on a police and 4 Rashtriya Rifles joint roadblock in the Chattergalla region along the Bhadarwah-Pathankot road.

“A spate of terror attacks has gripped Jammu and Kashmir in the past three days, whilst PM Modi is busy posting responses to congratulatory tweets by Pakistani leaders Nawaz Sharif and Pak PM PM Shahbaz Sharif. Why has he not spoken a single word on the dastardly terror attacks? Why has he maintained a stoic silence,” Khera asked.
“Is it not a fact that Pir Panjal Range Rajouri and Poonch has now become a hotbed of cross-border terrorism in the past 2 years, as over 35 soldiers have been martyred, following terror attacks in these areas in the past two years, alone? And now terror has also spread to neighbouring Reasi district, which was considered relatively peaceful,” he said.
The Congress leader pointed out that during the Modi administration, there have been at least 19 significant terror attacks on security installations, including attacks on CRPF camps, army camps, Air Force stations, and military installations in Pulwama, Pampore, Uri, Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Amarnath Yatra attack, Sunjwan Army camp, and Poonch terror attacks, all of which have resulted in the loss of numerous innocent lives.

“Is it not true that Modi Government invited the rogue ISI to investigate the Pathankot attack in 2016,” said the politician.

Khera continued, “Is it not true that the Modi government jeopardized national security while 2,262 terror attacks occurred in J&K, resulting in the deaths of 363 civilians and the martyrdom of 596 jawans.”


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